Apollo Ethiopian washed heirloom from Counter Culture Coffee, NYC

“I’ve chosen another Ethiopian coffee this month – sourced from Counter Culture Coffee. They are a brand new supplier I stumbled across whilst visiting NYC earlier this year, & are the first American roaster we’ve ever worked with! I selected the Apollo Ethiopian washed heirloom as it’s one of their best all-rounders & a great way to introduce them to our coffee lovers. It’s floral, fruity & juicy, & will be in all of our markets as our featured filter from the middle of November.” – Chosen by Fred, our Coffee Guru


Indy Lager from Fourpure Brewing Co, London

“Fourpure is now one of the biggest production micro-breweries in London, but their growth hasn’t diluted their beer. All of their range reflects their motto ‘Inspired By Adventure’ & the Indy Lager is no different. Made with German hops & Fourpure’s own Pilsner yeasts – expect the classic Pilsner easy drinking style, but with a light spice & citrus flavours. Which puts this above your average ‘tap’ lager. The Indy Lager is so drinkable – they had to put it in a 500ml can to satisfy the thirst.” – Chosen by David, Bar Manager at our St Pancras market.

Judith Beck Ink, Austria

“I’ve chosen the Judith Beck Ink for our November wine of the month – not only is it a great easy drinker, organic & biodynamic, but it’s also vegan. Perfect for ‘Vegan Month’! The winery is based in the warmest region of Austria for wine production, near Lake Neusiedl. Rather than being a big, heavy hitting red like many produced here – the Beck Ink is fresh, lively, juicy with mineral undertones, dark fruits & spicy.” – Chosen by Erwan, Head of Wine & Beer at our Victoria market.